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University of Worcester: PGCE - Primary - Mathematics
|Institution||University of Worcester|
|Department||School of Education|
At Worcester we were born to teach. The institution was founded in 1946 as a teacher training college with a mission to 'win the peace through education'.
At Worcester, we offer a unique opportunity for you to train as a primary mathematics teacher. The course is led by experienced academic staff who are at the forefront of developments being carried out in schools in the area of mathematics teaching, ensuring that your learning is shaped by those helping to shape education itself.
We provide an ideal environment to hone your skills as an inspiring and innovative mathematics teacher.
Key features - Worcester is one of the country's leading providers of teaching training, with an excellent reputation in this area
Personalised support that continues beyond your study and in to the early stages of your career, helping you to identify your development needs and excel as a teacher
With 60 credits at Masters level and a strong international reputation, a PGCE can take you anywhere, from Masters study to a job on the other side of the world.
The PGCE explores pedagogy, practice and wider issues of education and society, enhancing your prospects as a practitioner and potentially a future leader in the profession
Take part in collaborative research with schools to develop practice and enhance children's learning of and love for mathematics
Postgraduate Certificate in Education - PGCE
|Level||RQF Level 7|
Please check the University website for up-to-date entry requirements. An Honours degree normally (2:2) or higher from a United Kingdom higher education institution or equivalent qualification, in Mathematics, Science, Engineering or Mathematics related degrees. Non-Mathematical degrees are welcome. You should demonstrate through your application the relevance of your experience and commitment to the Maths pathway. Applicants with a 3rd class degree will be considered on an individual basis.
|Level||RQF Level 7|
An Honours degree normally (2:2) or higher from a United Kingdom higher education institution or equivalent qualification, in Mathematics, Science, Engineering or Mathematics related degrees. Non-Mathematical degrees are welcome. You should demonstrate through your application the relevance of your experience and commitment to the Maths pathway. Applicants with a 3rd class degree will be considered on an individual basis; A level in Maths (grade B or above) or an equivalent qualification; Grade C/level 4 at GCSE in Mathematics (or equivalent) English Language and Science (or equivalent) passed at the start of the course. For further details on our GCSE equivalence tests, please contact AdmissionsA@worc.ac.uk or telephone 01905 855111; School experience is desirable, but not essential prior to an interview. At interview we will discuss relevant prior school experience or opportunities applicants have had to work with school aged children. It is at this point that we would discuss with a candidate whether additional school experience would support an individual in their decision that teaching is right for them; The DfE requires all trainee teachers to obtain an Enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) check, which you will need to pay for.
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